May 12, 2017
You may think that once winter has passed and spring has arrived that you are protected from all flues and colds, but guess what – you can get sick during spring as well. And, not only can you get sick, but it seems that we’re particularly susceptible to illnesses during this season due to constant changes of weather. So, let’s take a look at the list of some useful advice on how to stay healthy during the spring as well.
One of the most efficient ways to stay healthy is to exercise regularly. So, make a weekly plan and stick to it. We guarantee that you’ll find exercising particularly interesting in spring since instead of working out in a stuffy gym, you can go out and take a breath of fresh air. It will wake up all your senses instantly making you ready for a focused workout. Furthermore, don’t shy away from trying new things as well. For example, water aerobics and yoga have gained a lot in popularity recently and it seems that they are extremely effective in keeping a person fit and healthy. Just make sure not to apply for a course that is too advanced, since you will fall behind the others and your training won’t be as efficient as it should be.
Spring is the perfect time of the year to detoxify your body. So, instead of stuffing yourself with junk food, go for more healthy meals. Okay, we know what you’re thinking: “I work too much, I don’t have time for that”, but let’s be realistic – this is the worst excuse ever. We understand that eating healthy is not that easy, but if you create a weekly plan and organize your meals in advance, you’ll see that it’s not that hard after all. And what’s best, your effort will be rewarded and you’ll be able to say goodbye to a sore throat and stuffy nose this spring. There are so many guides and books that hold your hand through step-by-step meal prepping that you will have no reason not to eat right.
If you’re not sure whether your diet provides you with enough nutrients, vitamins and other healthy substances, you can check out the amazing Biocare products since they will compensate for the deficiency in your daily food intake. Furthermore, not only will supplements help you feel rejuvenated, but a number of vitamins, including A, C and E, are efficient antioxidants and they can even keep you healthy in the long run. If you are not sure what you should be taking – and let’s be honest, we rarely have a clue about what is wrong – you should go get your blood work done, and take it all to a nutritionist. Only a professional will be able to precisely recommend what you should be changing in your diet and what should be added through supplements.
It has been shown that the liver is particularly sensitive during the spring, so make sure not to upset it additionally with chemicals in your diet. Furthermore, it’s of the utmost importance that you incorporate good oils, including fish oil, virgin olive oil, rosemary oil and the natural essential fatty acids, into your diet as well in order to allow the liver to function properly. Additionally, these oils will significantly reduce inflammation.
Finally, nothing will protect you against illnesses as efficiently as water. It has been proven by various studies that people who drink eight glasses a day reduces the risk of getting the flu, sore throat or stuffy nose. But why is that so? Well, the answer is simple – water is necessary for every single function that our body performs. For example, water keeps the lining of the nose hydrated which is extremely important since only when it’s moist, it will trap things like dust and bacteria instead of letting them get to the lungs. And, remember that this is just one of many organs and body parts which function properly thanks to water, including your digestive system, kidneys, joints, etc.
A good tip to jump-start your day is to drink a tall glass of water as soon as you wake up, and track your water intake during the day in your journal to keep yourself in check. Setting an alarm to remind you to take a sip every 15 minutes is another option, and there are many great apps that will do that job for you. Make sure that whenever you are sweating a lot, or loosing liquid in any way, you are drinking even more to compensate.
As you can see, there are many efficient ways to fight the cold and flu even during spring when your body is particularly sensitive. You just need to make a plan which will help you stick to healthy life habits and you will be well on your way to an illness-free season.
Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and writer for www.highstylife.com. She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on a lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty, and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips.